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Summer School 2019

Biological interactions : from genes to ecosystems

Summer School 2019
The TULIP summer school will take place from 6 to 12 July 2019 in the French Pyrenees, in a beautiful setting at the foot of the Pic du Midi de Bigorre. Opened to master, doctoral and post-doctoral students from all over the world, we are developing for this eighth edition a special program on the occasion of the last edition of the current mandate of the LabEx, along with the unique opportunity to meet international and local speakers.
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Entirely in English, this summer school in integrative biology and ecology is part of the TULIP LabEx training program. It consists in plenary sessions and intensive workshops, and covers all aspects of interactions among organisms ranging from the molecular up to the eco-evolutionary scale of interactions within populations and communities.

Selected students will have the opportunity to:

  • Take an active part in the construction of a research project at the interface between these scientific fields,
  • Meet TULIP experts and renowned local and international researchers listed below,
  • Enjoy a pleasant setting in the Pyrenees

Our international speakers will be:

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Full accommodation is provided to all students during the Summer School, as well as the travel from Toulouse to the Domaine de Ramonjuan; Students only have to cover for their travel expenses to Toulouse. The summer school is limited to 25 students selected by our Pedagogical Committee.

Application is opened until March, 27th.

Successful applicants will be informed before April 10th.

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